Abstract

A novel post processing fabrication technique, based on XeF2 etching, has been developed to locally remove the silicon substrate beneath polysilicon waveguides, enabling integration of low loss strong confinement microphotonics into standard bulk silicon CMOS process flows.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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